Date of publication: 2017-08-31 20:04
Shriya Patnaik, an international student from India, graduated from Cornell University in 7569 with a BA in History. Her academic focus is on the gendered, historical and political legacy of the British Raj in South Asia in political, legal and socio-cultural institutions. In particular, her research pertains to feminist theory with respect to religion and ethnicity in India, and how colonial law in the realm of gender and religion has impacted the contemporary nation.
Erin is interested in themes of race, incarceration, and colonialism. At Columbia and LSE she hopes to explore the global dimensions of these issues while focusing on African American and Latin American history in the 69th and 75th centuries.
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Ella is interested in issues regarding regional identity, national myths, and foreign policy and influence. Specifically, she plans to study the influence of the American South on the United States interactions with the Atlantic World in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Originally from Hyderabad, India, I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with degrees in History and Public Policy. While there, I founded Monsoon, a magazine and platform dedicated to the affairs of South Asia and South Asian diaspora. I also had the opportunity to co-teach a class, "The Karma of Brown Folk: Negotiating the Hyphen" which focused on the histories of South Asians in the United States.
My time at Salford has been a happy one. The University is a very friendly place, one which I was sad to leave. During my three years at Salford I was taught by many professional and knowledgeable lecturers who helped me immensely to gain success. Studying part-time was good for me as it allowed me to continue working and come over to Salford for what I considered to be the best day of the week. I certainly tell anybody who asks whether they should go to university to go to Salford.
During her time as an undergrad Erin also studied abroad in Cá diz, Spain and served as a translator/interpreter at the Villanova Law School where she worked with undocumented immigrants. These language experiences not only improved her command of the Spanish language but also demonstrated to her the connectedness between language and historical and social understanding. Erin is looking forward to utilizing her Spanish communication skills at Columbia and LSE while studying modern Latin American history.
Mark is interested in Anglophone Atlantic History, particularly the degree to which some of its inhabitants were able to shift between national loyalties as opportunities arose. At Columbia and LSE, he hopes to explore new fields of study and perspectives on the past.
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